Clean installs from W7, W8 & W8.1. All 3 without a problem and the new OS seems more stable and now I only have to remember one system. I updated one machine as soon as I was able to and used it as a guinea pig. Waited for 2 months and then upgraded the other 2. I totally like the new OS and am very satisfied with the change.
FYI, I tested W10 for 1 week on my own Desktop.
But at this point is kind of "philosophy" and it's a very personal decision.
They are both in business both use windows 10 all day every day running their burger business and doing orders and spread sheets etc,
I do their tax returns using windows 10
We have a Wi-Fi printer that works well both with laptops, computers and smart phones.
So there has to be some other reason you are having issues.
Did you update drivers etc before you upgraded.
When I say burger business I mean over 50 units rented out and they have to put it all on laptops, smart phones and come back and transfer it all
Not once since upgrading have they had trouble
Talking a lot of rot or they don't know what they are doingOriginally Posted by Trust_No1 View Post
The Reps are spot on, as far as I can tell.
Granted, I'm far from a newbie on computers, but for my money, this is the place to get help (or even give answers), whether you're a newbie or a guru.
I've read the whole thread and one thing I see that's missing:
Major OEMs should have been (and probably were) testing Windows 10 from the time the Technical Preview was released.
These OEMs are building and selling Windows 10 computers right now, so they should have the where with all to support Windows 10.
Generally, Microsoft offers product to corporations, partners and OEMs for testing with the Technology Adoption Program (TAP) and Rapid Deployment Program (RDP), ways for Microsoft to get early feedback on new products or product updates so I'm really surprised that they seemingly know almost nothing about Windows 10.